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Congratulations to Ash Kumra winner of Empact100.
Ash Kumra has won an award from the Empact100. Empact100 has recognized top entrepreneurs who impact our economy and inspire others to join the movement to revitalize our economy. Mr. kumra appeared at the White House with other entrepreneurs and made presentations on http://www.whitehouse.gov/live.
Contact Information for Mr Kumra;
2222 Michelson Drive, Irvine, CA, 92612
“Empower the Desi in You!”
Brought to you by Empact, the Kauffman Foundation, Opportunity International, the Startup America Partnership, and a number of other partners, the Empact100 is a compilation of many of the top companies run by young entrepreneurs. The list recognizes the top 100 companies run by young entrepreneurs age 30 or younger who impact our economy and inspire others to join the movement to revitalize our economy by starting a business of their own.
How the List Was Determined
The list was judged based solely on revenue. Individuals with the most votes have bragging rights on being the “Most Popular” young entrepreneurs.
Any individual or organization was able to nominate companies for the list or apply themselves if they fit the criteria.
• 100% of the founders must be 30 years or younger as of December 30, 2011.
• Business must have over $100,000 in revenue in 2010 overall or in 2011 Year-to-Date (January 1 through November 1).
• Located in the United States.
• Public companies are not eligible.
• Nominations and Applications Due: October 31
• Recognition Event: November 17-19
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